HCI and the Community of Non-users

@inproceedings{Heidt2015HCIAT,
  title={HCI and the Community of Non-users},
  author={Michael Heidt and Kalja Kanellopoulos and Linda Pfeiffer and Paul Rosenthal},
  booktitle={HCI},
  year={2015}
}
HCI’s success as a discipline is based on its ability of dealing with the problems, desires and requirements of technology users. Through its turn to user experience, the community was able to create products whose use is pleasant and exciting. There are, however, design contexts where the corresponding focus on fostering use might be in need of a complementing perspective. During the last couple of years, the topic of technology non-use has appeared within the scope of HCI. Within this text… CONTINUE READING

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